Other BU Neuro Events

Below are links to event series held by other Neuroscience related initiatives at Boston University.
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Spring 2021 Anatomy and Neurobiology Series

All seminars can be accessed at:
Link: https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/622207509?pwd=YTJldFNNSzRHUUcyMTBjTS9DOCt2QT09
Passcode: anatneuro

Alison Bernstein, PhD, Assistant Professor, Michigan State University
“Epigenetics and environmental exposures in Parkinson’s disease”
Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 2:00pm

Hiroki Taniguchi, PhD, Research Group Leader, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience
“The assembly and organization of cortical inhibitory microcircuits”
Monday, February 1, 2021 at 2:00pm

Jean-Pierre Roussarie, PhD, Senior Research Associate, Rockefeller University
“Molecular dissection of selective neuronal vulnerability in Alzheimer’s disease”
Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 2:00pm

Teresa Sanchez, PhD, Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College
“Neurovascular Sphingolipid Signaling in Health and Disease: Mechanistic Insights and
Therapeutic Opportunities”
Monday, February 8, 2021 at 2:00pm

Spring 2021 Special Biology Series

Tuesday, January 12th 2021. 9:00am-12:00pm
Link: http://bit.ly/BiologySearch2021
Zoom MeetingID:99986590944
Passcode:420337

Dr. Angie Salles (Johns Hopkins University).”Bats, Brains, and Behavior”
Dr. Kapil Ramachandran (Harvard University). “Plasma Membrane Neuroproteasomes”
Dr. Madeline Andrews (UC San Francisco). “Cell Types& Signaling Mechanisms Regulating Human Cortical Development”

Tuesday, January 19th 2021. 9:00am-12:00pm
Link: https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/94946246994?pwd=NHN3V2hZaytjWXpFUDFvWlp1Z21IUT09
Meeting ID: 949 4624 6994
Passcode: 244517

Dr. Javier Lopez Soto (Brown University). “Cell-specific epigenetic control of calcium ion channel splicing and function”
Dr. Frenna Krienen (Harvard Medical School). “Molecular innovations in primate brain cell types”
Dr. Sandeep Kishore (Northwestern University). “Deciphering the development of neural circuits for motor control using zebrafish”